Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga, has revealed out the danger which Deputy President Dr William Ruto and his allies are putting Kenyans into by opposing the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report as the High Court and Court of Appeal have ruled.
Speaking on an interview with KBC owned media stations on Wednesday morning, Raila said that Deputy President Dr William Ruto and his allies don't know the danger which they are putting Kenyans into, by saying that the High Court and Appealate Court rulings should be left to stand and the BBI proponents forget about the report.
This is because the ruling means that if the ruling is not overturned by the Supreme Court, then it means that Kenyans will not be able to amend the constitution unless they are granted permission by the court which is a very bad thing to happen in any country.
"Wale ambao wanapinga BBI, kwamba Mkuu wa Sheria asiende kwa koti ya juu eti tuachane na hiyo BBI vile Koti za chini ziliamua, hawajui hatari ambayo wanaweka wakenya. Kwa sababu inamanisha sasa Wakenya hawatawai pata nafasi ya kubadilisha katiba bila uamuzi wa koti." He said.
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